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CDRC Marks End Of School Year By Tie-Dyeing Shirts

Allison Hirth & Jeff Ramazani

May 11, 2017


(VIDEO) The center provides educational programs for children from birth through age five.

The Christine DeVitt and Helen DeVitt Jones Child Development Research Center (CDRC) is now a little more colorful after dozens of children tie-dyed shirts to mark the end of the school year. The CDRC cares for about 100 children, according to its director Stacy Johnson.

Tie-dying shirts isn't just a fun activity for the little ones, it also serves as a science lesson too and has become an annual tradition at the center.

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